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Hi everyone -- meteorologists were -- me now from the fox extreme weather center with the forecast for the northeast.
And also portions of the Great Lakes and -- today we do have a -- storm system that's basically headed towards portions of the Great Lakes and also into the northeast.
New England and places like New York -- -- areas for -- off toward the -- she remained relatively dry for today but as we head into the nighttime hours that's ringing -- -- start to see some of this moisture creeping on -- And we could be looking at significant precipitation during overnight hours and even as we -- into -- Wednesday and Thursday across portions of the northeast before today and relatively quiet in portions of the northeast 46 degrees for -- high temperature in New York City so not too bad.
Are not too cold.
For the month of February 41 for your high temperature -- -- and 46 over in Washington DC parts of the Great Lakes looking at temperatures a little cooler.
In the thirties in Chicago Detroit and also in the city of Marquette satirical response system can already see some areas of rain.
Across parts of Illinois Indiana and eventually some of this rain will be transitioning over to -- -- in the city of Chicago.
And some places could be picking up anywhere between three to six inches of snow and that -- be the story as well across portions of of -- new York and also southern New England.
As we head into later in the week so by Wednesday you could be looking at some of this more significant this invitation.
Otherwise portions of the at any five quarter like Philadelphia New York City Boston most and he should just see.
Generally rainfall across the area as we head throughout the overnight hours and temperatures just two miles across -- -- -- quarter to really pick ups now but.
Interior sections expect to see some snow even -- your Thursday for many of you.
Have a great day everyone I'm meteorologist Mario Molina but -- box extreme weather center.
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